Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Storing documents, part of Learning SharePoint Online.
- [Instructor] With SharePoint Online,…we get two different types of places…that we can store documents.…First, we get shared storage.…SharePoint libraries.…For example, a document library,…where members of a team can store documents…and collaborate on documents.…If we have images that we want to store…we could store them in a document library,…but we will typically create a picture library,…which has some other features that are…specific to images.…And there are other types of libraries…as well in SharePoint libraries,…for forms, library for site pages,…for Wiki pages, for assets, and so on.…
But primarily we will focus in this course…on document and picture libraries.…However, you get another type of storage as well,…individual storage, not your team storage,…but your storage, and that storage…is OneDrive for Business.…Which is also part of SharePoint.…Let's take a look at those two types of storage.…I'm back in my IT Sandbox,…and this document library is the shared library…for the folks on my team.…If I want to upload documents to this library,…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Navigating, searching, and browsing in a site
- Uploading and creating documents
- Coauthoring Office documents
- Collaborating and networking
- Using lists
- Setting up alerts for lists and libraries
- Using the SharePoint mobile app
Skill Level Beginner
SharePoint: Site Customizationwith Bill Kulterman55m 54s Intermediate
Business Apps for SharePoint Monthlywith Gini von Courter1h 4m Intermediate
SharePoint 2016: Managing Large Listswith Gini von Courter1h 18m Intermediate
1. Get Started
2. Work with Libraries and Documents
3. Collaboration and Networking
4. Customize with List Apps
5. SharePoint on the Road
OneDrive for Business app2m 17s
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